Timeline of Events

This is an abbreviated timeline. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us!


  • 1994
    • My parents got married.



  • 1996
    • Alex was born.
  • 2001
    • Alex’s parents separated.
  • 2002
    • Alex’s parents finalized their divorce.
  • 2005
    • Tennessee Court transfers full custody to Alex’s dad with explicit permission to travel and live abroad. Tennessee Court also takes exclusive jurisdiction over any & all future issues until Alex is 18 years old.


Europe and Caribbean

  • 2006
    • Alex’s mother refused to return me to Cyprus after summer visitation. The Pennsylvania Court she petitioned, orders her to put me on a plane and returned me to Cyprus. The court also affirms the validity of the Tennessee custody order.
    • Pennsylvania Court sends 2 police officers to physically remove Alex from my mother after she continues to refuse to send me back to Cyprus even after the Pennsylvania Court ordered her to.
    • While Alex is living in Cyprus and just weeks after he returned from summer visitation with his mother in the United States, his mother claims he has been kidnapped in the same court in Pennsylvania. A state in which he has never lived except for summer visitations or when she kidnapped me before custody was transferred to my father.
  • 2007
    • January – His mother’s phone is disconnected and we now have no way to communicate with her other than postal mail which takes several weeks each way from Europe. His dad’s lawyer sent this to her lawyer – no new contact information was ever given.
  • 2008
    • His mother again moves and provides no contact information of any sort to Alex or his dad. To this day, no contact information from her has ever been provided other than an email years after this date.
    • Alex and his family move to the Caribbean after continued physical visitations and harassment at the hands of the US Embassy in both Cyprus and Russia. (Despite them saying that Alex’s whereabouts are unknown)
  • 2009
    • Alex’s dad is arrested and detained in a Bulgarian prison on an Interpol Red Notice. After 3 months of legal proceedings, his extradition to the US is denied and he is released.
    • While his dad is arrested in Bulgaria, a US Embassy representative tried to illegally kidnap Alex from his home in the Caribbean.
    • After the US Embassy representative failed to illegally kidnap me and got kicked out of St. Kitts for illegal actions. The FBI paid for Alex’s mother to fly internationally to visit me.
    • Alex’s mother with financial help from the FBI started court proceedings in St. Kitts. Even with his dad in prison, the local court denied his mother’s & FBI’s demands to return me to the USA. The very next day after this happened Alex’s mother flew back despite having visitation access to me every other day indefinitely while in St. Kitts.
  • 2010
    • Last contact from Alex’s mother (email).
  • 2012
    • Tennessee Court affirms it still has jurisdiction and seeks $40,000+ in back child support owed to Alex’s dad by his mother, but the Pennsylvania Court continues to prevent enforcement against his mother.
  • 2014
    • Alex reaches 18 years old and is now an adult.
  • 2021
    • After years of filing petitions with the Pennsylvania Court which the court refused to even hear, one of our petitions is accepted for a hearing and Alex’s mother attends the hearing. The kidnapping charges against his dad are dismissed.
    • Shortly after the charges are dismissed, Alex’s mother contacts him for the first time in over 10 years by postal mail. This is despite her and the FBI still claiming that they have no idea where Alex is.
    • Alex’s dad’s lawyers meet with the US attorney for the FBI. Despite the Pennsylvania kidnapping charges having been dismissed, they refuse to acknowledge and continue to pursue the arrest of Alex’s dad.
  • 2022
    • Alex’s dad gains a following of about 80,000 on TikTok and gains exposure for the story
    • Congressman Mike Kelly confirms with the FBI that Chad is still wanted
    • DA Christian Trabold says that Alex’s dad’s kidney disease is not a medical emergency, ignoring medical evidence
    • Alex’s missing poster is removed from the NCMEC website after this video gained over a million views (1) (2)
    • US Federal courts deny Alex’s dad’s attempt to get his charges dropped even though the state charges have been dropped and the missing poster has been removed.
    • Federal courts suggest that Alex’s dad turn himself in to the American Embassy in St. Kitts, which does not exist
    • Alex’s dad’s medical situation continues to be extremely serious.